Miley Cyrus Gets Naked for 'Bangerz' Alternative Cover Art

Pop star continues to reveal herself for her new album

September 18, 2013 1:00 PM ET
Miley Cyrus, 'Bangerz'
Miley Cyrus, 'Bangerz'

Miley Cyrus bared all for her video for "Wrecking Ball," so a stripped-down album cover is no sweat for the 20-year-old singer. The twerk fiend dials up the heat and gets naked in this cover for the deluxe version of her upcoming album Bangerz. Fans can find this version of Bangerz exclusively at Cyrus' official store.

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This cover is one of five for the deluxe version of Bangerz; the other four will be available at retail locations. Fans can visit Cyrus' website to vote for their favorite cover, with the winning art becoming the official deluxe version cover going forward. Voting starts 3 p.m. ET today on Cyrus' website and continues through October 13th. The winner will be announced October 14th.

Pre-orders are available now on Cyrus' website. Bangerz is due October 8th.

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